Pakistan Army Armoured Corps is a combatant branch of Pakistan Army, tasked with armoured warfare. Equipped with more than 3,000 Main Battle Tanks, the corps is based at the old garrison town of Nowshera and is organized into two armoured divisions and a number of independent armoured brigades; the Pakistan Armoured Corps has a proud history going back to 1773, when its oldest unit was raised in British India. The corps maintains a number of legendary units on its order of battle, who earned fame in numerous wars and engagements of British Indian Army including the two World Wars. At the time of the independence, Pakistan inherited six armoured regiments from the old British Indian Army. Since the corps has expanded into more than forty regiments. Many of these new regiments have earned accolades for their performance in the wars fought with India. Prominent among them is 25 Cavalry, who beat back the invading Indian Armoured Division at Phillaurah during the Battle of Chawinda in 1965
José Salvador Miranda is a Mexican former middle distance runner who competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics. His personal best in the 3000 metres steeplechase is 8:25.69 achieved in 2000. Until 2014, he maintains the Steeplechase record in Central America, he now coaches the distance and middle distance runners from the athletics team of the Mexican college Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Campus Ciudad de México in Mexico City. Among his most important achievements, he has been granted with several recognitions from the UNAM, the Federación Mexicana de Asociaciones de Atletismo and the IAAF. Salvador Miranda at World Athletics
Three Days in August is a 2016 American drama directed by Johnathan Brownlee. The film is based on a true story written by David Langlinais; the screenplay was written by Berry and Langlinais. The story centers on an adopted Irish-American artist's search for her birth mother, the family dynamics when she secretly invites both sets of parents for a surprise reunion so she can paint a family portrait; the film is inspired by the true story of Texas painter Shannon Kincaid, an adopted Irish-American artist, given away at birth by a 16-year-old mother. Luis Albert Acevedo Jr. as Father Granado Cal Bartlett as Francis Barry Bostwick as John Meg Foster as Maggie Mariette Hartley as Maureen Edward James Hyland as Aiden Mollie Milligan as Maggie Stephen Snedden as Sam Colton Tapp as Liam The screenplay for Three Days in August was the winning entry in a screenwriting competition sponsored by the Dallas Film Society in 2015. The competition, entitled The Sionna Project, drew 200 submissions from 26 countries.
Three Days in August was announced in Variety in October 2015, with Barry Bostwick, Mariette Hartley, Ed Hyland, Mollie Milligan, Meg Foster, Cal Bartlett and Colton Tapp attached to star and Johnathan Brownlee to direct and produce. Filming took place in October 2015 in Texas. Three Days in August premiered at the Dallas International Film Festival in April 2016 and had its international premiere at the Montreal World Film Festival in August 2016; the film had a limited national theatrical release through the Dallas-based Studio Movie Grill chain in December 2016
The Women of Outstanding Achievement Photographic Exhibition was an annual event organised by the UKRC. It recognised women within science and technology; the exhibition was created in 2006. Between six and eight women were chosen each year to be photographed by Robert Taylor. Nominations occur in the Autumn of each year and the recipients were announced at a ceremony in March of the following year. Many of the portraits from previous years are on permanent loan to institutions such as the University of Oxford, The Royal Society and The Royal Academy of Engineering; the portrait of scientist Nancy Rothwell was purchased by the National Portrait Gallery. In March 2010 the exhibition opened at The Royal Academy of Engineering. Evan Harris, MP for the Liberal Democrats, unveiled the portraits. Recent recipients include: 2010 Helen Atkinson, Professor of Engineering and Head of Mechanics of Materials Research Group, University of Leicester 2010 Sarah Baillie and creator of the Haptic Cow and Senior Lecturer at the Royal Veterinary College 2010 Amanda Fisher, Director of the Medical Research Council Clinical Sciences Centre at Hammersmith Hospital and Professor and Head of Division of Clinical Sciences, Imperial College, London 2010 Julia Higgins, Former Principal of the Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College London 2010 Jackie Hunter, Senior Vice President and Head of Science Environment Development, GlaxoSmithKline 2010 Helen Mason and Senior Tutor at St Edmund's College and lead on the Sun|Trek Project 2009 Ann Budge and Former Chief Executive of the Sopra Group 2009 Carolin Crawford, Senior Outreach Officer at the Institute of Astronomy at University of Cambridge and Fellow of Emmanuel College 2009 Lynne Frostick, Professor of Geography at the University of Hull 2009 Jenny Gristock, Research Fellow at SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy 2009 Barbara Jones and Director of amazonails 2009 Linda Partridge, Weldon Professor of Biometry and Director of the University College London Institute of Healthy Ageing WISE - successor to UKRC
Deccan College of Medical Science is a medical school situated in Hyderabad, India offering the courses M. B. B. S. Postgraduate degree / superspeciality courses, it has an approved intake of 150 M. B. B. S. seats annually. The college is affiliated to the KNR University of Health Sciences, Warangal from the academic year 2016-17 onwards, it was earlier affiliated to Dr. N. T. R. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada, it is recognized by the Medical Council of India. It follows the syllabus prescribed by the University for M. B. B. S course as mandated by Medical Council of India; the management observes such rules, regulation or orders which are applicable to minority institution without violating the rights conferred under Article 30 of the constitution of India. Deccan College of Medical Sciences is established and administered by Muslim Minority Trust, i.e. Dar-us-salam Educational Trust under the provision of Article 30 of the constitution of India. Dar-us-Salam Educational Trust is an autonomous body with Asaduddin Owaisi as its chairman and Akbaruddin Owaisi as Managing Director.
The college is administered by the chief administrator Dr. G. K. N. Prasad. Dr. Ashfaq Hasan is the principal and the Professor of the department of Respiratory Medicine. Dar-us-Salam Educational Trust was established in 1974 as a self-financing minority institution under the chairmanship of Late Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi. After the death of Late Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi the trust is now headed by Asaduddin Owaisi; the college is situated at Nawab Lutf ud Daula Palace, Kanchanbagh near Santoshnagar. Attached to the college there is a seven-storey hospital: Owaisi Research Centre. There is another constituent hospital - Princess Esra Hospital; the college occupies an area of 66,070 sq ft built-in area with adjacent open space of approximate 16 acres for further expansion. It has cricket ground, basketball court; the hospital building houses the Physiotherapy colleges. In the cellar of the hospital building, Department of Hospital Management, Deccan School of Management is located. Department of Hospital management offers Masters in Hospital management, affiliated to Osmania University and approved by AICTE.
The college has a central library in addition to departmental libraries. As of 2018, it contains over reference books. Deccan Alumni Association Deccan Alumni Association of North America List of Medical Schools in India Center For Stem Cell Science, Hyderabad Deccan College of Medical Sciences - Official site